Author Archives: Griff
Had shoulder surgery last Friday. I was trying to be tough on Monday and skipped the pain meds, figuring I’d only need those to sleep. I was sadly incorrect. When the ortho doc heard my story, he encouraged me … Continue reading
Or so I claim in this interview with Historical Fiction author, Maria Grace. “You can outsource your compassion (and outrage), or you can do something with your own sweat, toil, and money to change the world around you right now. … Continue reading
Had some unexpected help with today’s research. BabyKat dropped by to give me her perspective on the issue at hand.
“I devoured your “By the Hands of Men” trilogy last week, and am pleased to say that my first thought was to consider how long I should wait until re-reading those three. That has not happened in a very long … Continue reading
No Writing Today Just research. In fact, as much as work as I have to put into these particular novels, one of the delights of the work is the research. What I look for in the books I read about … Continue reading
Tends to forbid me from singing my own praises. It’s not natural for me to tout reviews for my work. Back in Nebraska (the Nebraska of both my youth and my imagination), understated acceptance of praise was an art form in itself, because, … Continue reading
The Wrath of a Righteous Man By the Hands of Men, Book Three The epic saga continues: After escaping enslavement in Russia, Charlotte Braninov fights to build a new life in London while the shadow of modern fanaticism looms over … Continue reading
Book giveaway over at TomeTender, a festive book blog that has a lot of love for both The Old World and Into the Flames and who then had a lot of fun with me while putting it together. Check it out!
By book blogger “Mrs. C.” This is for By the Hands of Men, Book One, “The Old World.” My Thoughts About the time I discovered my grandfather’s role in WWI, I received a request from this author to review this … Continue reading
I wrote the first page of By the Hands of Men, Book Four.